Healthcare plan approved in Cincinnati
Up to 2,000 uninsured Cincinnati residents can get healthcare under a pilot program approved by the Cincinnati City Council. CincyCare will give employed people access to care at the city's health centers, generate some revenue for the Cincinnati Health Department, and stop some unnecessary hospital use. The initial two-year test will be funded with $600,000 in federal money, with clients enrolling for free to get basic medical and prescription drug coverage.
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